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ISBN: 9788418083235
Referencia: 16184-1
Fecha: Diciembre, 2019
Tamaño: 250 (5,4 MB)
 
 

Trends and good practices in research and teaching

A Spanish-English collaboration

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Colección: Universidad
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Presentación

The use of digital technologies in education presents a great deal of challenges, opportunities and implications. Enabling effective learning in the current information and network society requires research-informed, evidence-based practices. This book aims to contribute to this field by disseminating research findings from a range of educational experiences in the United Kingdom and Spain. The editors of this book have strong ties with both countries and their educational systems. As such, they have compiled thirteen chapters based on high quality research projects, with topics focussed on the use of emerging technologies in education, both online and in the classroom. This book will prove useful and informative to those professionals in education who are interested in the practical application of digitally enabled pedagogies in a variety of contexts, from Higher Education to Primary Education..

 

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Introduction

  1. MOOCS and Higher Education Globalisation: Social Work and Social Education Students’ Perspectives (Manuel León-Urrutia, Esteban Vázquez Cano, Eva Ordóñez Olmedo, Eloy López Meneses)
  2. Towards a Taxonomy of Video for HCI Education (Adriana Wilde, Alan Dix , Chris Evans, Anna Vasilchenko, Joseph Maguire, Stephen Snow)
  3. New Emerging Technologies for University Innovation (David Blas Padilla, Julio Cabero Almenara, Esteban Vázquez Cano, Eloy López Meneses)
  4. The Primary Education Teacher about ICT and Special Educational Needs. A Study in the Spanish Context (José M. Fernández Batanero)
  5. Making an Argument in the Arts: Using Genre Analysis to Inform Embedded Academic Writing Support in a UK Arts University (Steven White, Matt Nicholls)
  6. Learning Communities and the Development of Teaching Skills in traiNing Environments as Blended Learning. An Innovative Methodological Experience at the University of Granada (Spain) (M. Pilar Cáceres Reche, Inmaculada Aznar Díaz, Rebeca Soler Costa)
  7. Analysis of the University Student’s Satisfaction with the Introduction of New Methods of Teamwork (M. Remedios Belando-Montoro, M. Aránzazu Carrasco-Temiño)
  8. Enhancing the Student Experience: Integrating MOOCs into Campus-Based Modules (Nicholas Fair, Lisa Harris, Manuel León-Urrutia)
  9. Educational robotics and computational thinking. A didactic experience of innovation at the university level (Pedro Román-Graván, Carlos Hervás-Gómez, Cristóbal Ballesteros-Regaña)
  10. Training of Communication Skills in Social Education Students Through an Innovative Experience (Virginia Castillo Cidre, Aránzazu Cejudo Cortés, Celia Corchuelo Fernández)
  11. Working with Networks on the University Campus (Verónica Marín Díaz, Juan Manuel Muñoz González, M.ª Dolores Hidalgo Ariza)
  12. Citizenship Oriented to Justice in Higher Education: Didactic Experience and Revision in the Bachelor’s Degree in Primary School Education (Emilio José Delgado-Algarra, César Bernal-Bravo, Antonio Alejandro Lorca-Marín)
  13. Gamification in Primary Education Grade. A Project of Gamification in Tutorial Action Subject to Increase Motivation and Satisfaction of the Students (M. Elena Parra González, Adrián Segura Robles, Arturo Fuentes Cabrera, Jesús López Belmonte)

Autores


Eloy López-Meneses

Profesor Titular (reconocidos 2 sexenios). Dpto Educación y Psicología Social (U.P.O.). Director: EDUINNOVAGOGÍA (HUM-971) Coordinador: Grupo Innovagogía Publicaciones Editor Revista IJERI: http://www.upo.es/revistas/index.php/IJERI/index Associate Editor: Revista Fronteras de la Ciencia: http://fronterasdelaciencia.com/ Dirigidas 9 tesis doctorales. En proceso 10 tesis doctorales. ORCID ID: http://orcid.org/0000-0003-0741-5367 Publons ID: https://publons.com/researcher/1373618/lopez-meneses-e/ Research Gate: http://bit.ly/1w8cXGu Google Scholar: http://bit.ly/2s1r6u0 Libros Amazon: http://amazon.com/author/eloy3000 https://twitter.com/eloyy3000 https://www.linkedin.com/in/eloy3000/ Edublog personal: http://eloy3000.blogspot.com  

Esteban Vázquez Cano

Vicedecano de Estudiantes, Internacionalización y Educación Social y Profesor de la Facultad de Educación en el Departamento de Didáctica, Organización Escolar y Didácticas Especiales de la UNED. Doctor en Ciencias de la Educación con Premio Extraordinario. En la actualidad dirige el Máster de Inspección y Supervisión Educativa en la UNED y sus líneas de investigación prioritarias son la Organización y Supervisión escolar, el Aprendizaje móvil-ubicuo, el Lenguaje Digital y los Cursos Online Masivos en Abierto (MOOC), temáticas sobre las que ha publicado más de 200 contribuciones científicas (20 artículos en JCR, h-index 11/ 31 en SCOPUS, h-index 9). En la actualidad es miembro de diferentes proyectos de Investigación Nacionales e Internacionales que tienen como temática principal la incidencia de la tecnología en la organización escolar y la innovación educativa. Asimismo, es miembro del consejo editorial de British Journal of Educational Technology (JCR Q1), Editor Asociado de la revista IJERI (ESCI) y Editor Adjunto de la revista Enseñanza & Teaching y ha participado como miembro del comité científico en más de 50 congresos internacionales (China, Japón, Francia, Estados Unidos, Canadá, etc.). URL: <https://www.estebanvazquezcano.com/>.

Manuel León Urrutia

Research Fellow at University of Southampton & Scholarly communications director at Editorial Octaedro. Research Fellow with broad teaching and research experience in Higher Education. Broad skillset in Learning Design, E-Learning, Data Analysis, and Editing. Excellent track record of publications and conferences attended. 

Nicholas Fair

PhD researcher, Digital Educator and MOOC Creator, University of Southampton. Web Scientist and Digital Educator interested in Personal Learning Networks and their impact on higher education. 

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